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Winter break is over and midterms just ended. Only one thing can save us now: snow days. Whether you need a day off for some extra studying or binge-watching your favorite Netflix show, snow days always come in handy. Instead of leaving it up to Mother Nature, there are a few superstitions widely renowned for their effectiveness in summoning a snow day. Continue reading “How to Summon a Snow Day”
After New Year’s, MHS students are forming New Year’s resolutions. The New Year is all about leaving bad habits behind and reinventing yourself. Most people are too ambitious and set their sights on life-changing resolutions. Whether your resolution is big or small, odds are you’ll have trouble sticking with it; only 8% of people actually stick with their resolutions. According to Forbes, however, it is not as difficult as it sounds: Continue reading “Steps For Sticking With New Year’s Resolutions”
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Culinary Arts classes are offered as an elective at Mamaroneck High School. This elective has been offered for many years, but few students have taken advantage of it in past years. However, the culinary arts course has recently become more popular. It is currently taught by Chef Luff whom we spoke to about this practical four year elective. Continue reading “Culinary Arts Class Heating Up”
Photo courtesy of Alyssa Ringler Photography: FLBA officers ring closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
On Friday, January 13th, FBLA State President and National Eastern Regional Vice President Sophia Danziger ’17 rang the closing bell for the New York Stock Exchange. This was a huge honor for not only Danziger, but for the entire FBLA organization. Continue reading “FBLA State President Sophia Danziger Rings Closing Bell at New York Stock Exchange”
Liam Katz ’18
1. Kanye West – The Life of Pablo
After a painfully long rollout, suffering varying different album names and tracklists, Kanye West’s 7th solo studio album, The Life of Pablo, was finally released on February 14th. This album caused controversy, as Kanye usually does, because of its obscene album art, ever changing tracklist, and somewhat vile lyrics. Continue reading “Globe Editors’ Favorite Albums of 2016”
With a new year brings fashion crazes that we are ready to welcome into the fold; the trends of 2016 have come and gone. Hidden amongst the Urban Outfitters and Top Shops of the world, these four blossoming features have kick started the fads of 2017. Continue reading “Spots to Shop in 2017”
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The Martin Luther King Jr. Assembly is one of the highlights of the year for MHS students, and this year’s show completely fulfilled that standard. There were excellent performances from dozens of MHS students and groups, such as the Force, Krazii Krew, Tap Team, and plenty of others. There were riveting speeches given, powerfully echoing the words of MLK. It was definitely a show to remember, carrying on the legacy of excellent MLK. Continue reading “MHS Students Make MLK Assembly One to Remember”
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A strong statement to start off a very heated article: Charlie Puth is the worst artist of the twenty-first century. There. That isn’t even an opinion; that’s a statement. It’s a fact. Continue reading “The Case Against Charlie Puth”
Photo by Sam Sarkozi: Mr. Moore leads a rehearsal session.
Mr. Moore, the PACE Theater teacher of 6 years, has tirelessly worked to direct and teach about the works of William Shakespeare. He has not only done this in PACE, but also throughout his work as the director the Mamaroneck Shakespeare Players for the past four years. Unfortunately, this will be Mr. Moore’s last year in charge of running the long-standing company. Continue reading “Mr. Moore Steps Down as Head of Shakespeare Company”
Photo courtesy of Rosa Sofia Kaminski: A group performs during Soundscapes.
Soundscapes is an annual PACE show in which music is the sole focus. Students can play musical instruments or sing. It’s a great way to showcase all of the raw musical talent found at MHS away from the theater. Continue reading “PACE Students Show Their Talent in This Year’s Soundscapes Performance”
Photo courtesy of Loudwire: Pearl Jam was one of this year’s inductees.
On December 20, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame finally announced their 2017 Hall of Fame inductees. This year’s class is comprised of Pearl Jam, Tupac Shakur, Joan Baez, Yes, ELO, Nile Rodgers and Journey.
Every year the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame chooses its class from a ballot process voted on by living inductees to the Hall, members of the music industry and other artists. Continue reading “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Announced”
Photo Courtesy of Sandra Wong Geroux: the Tigers celebrate a championship win over Suffern.
For Mamaroneck (21-1-1) and Suffern (14-8-1), the setting was familiar: Brewster Ice Arena, on the last Sunday in February, with a Section 1 title at stake. For the person working the scoreboard, though, it was unfamiliar territory. It was over before it even began. At least, that’s what it seemed like.
Photo courtesy of Sandra Wong Geroux: Suffern fans show great sportsmanship as the Tigers celebrate a goal by Will Payne ’17.
Coming into the 2016-17 season, both Mamaroneck and Suffern were recovering from major losses on their rosters. By season’s end, however, both teams were able to quell any doubts of their success by locking up the top two seeds in Division 1. Successful playoff runs have further proved both teams mettle, and they now find themselves playing each other in the section final for the second year in a row.
The matchup will be a renewal of Section 1’s greatest hockey rivalry, with both a section championship and regional berth on the line. The stage is set for Sunday, here’s what you need to know.